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    HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset Review

    A challenger has arrived! Kingston’s HyperX line has been putting out some quality products for quite some time now and the HyperX Cloud Stinger gaming headset is no exception. During unboxing, I found the packaging of the Cloud Stinger and the color scheme of all black with only a splash of red in the HyperX […]

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    Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 512 GB SSD Review

    So…dehydrated…quick run to get water during a loading screen? Not anymore. Exaggeration aside, with Seagate’s new Game Drive for Xbox 512 GB SSD, it’s not far-fetched. Once plugged in, the Xbox One will prompt the user to select whether the drive will be used for media (music, videos, etc.) or for games. Media mode will allow […]

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    Dead Rising 4 Review (Xbox One)

    What to smash, what to blow up, what to kill?! Those are the questions you will find yourself asking when playing Dead Rising 4. Dead Rising 4 is an open-world zombie game centered on Frank West investigating another zombie outbreak in Willamette, Colorado where the first Dead Rising took place. The game starts the player […]

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    HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

    Click clack, click clack — the sounds a mechanical keyboard makes when you type on one. Typing on a mechanical keyboard is similar to typing on a typewriter, and the feelings your fingers get to experience is simply exquisite. The Alloy FPS mechanical keyboard created by HyperX is nothing short of phenomenal. The Alloy FPS was […]

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    Forza Horizon 3 Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

    Have you ever watched a trailer for a game and wondered if the amazing graphics were a cut scene or actual gameplay? This is a question that you will not be asking yourself when you play Forza Horizon 3. The Forza Horizon series is an open-world offshoot of the Forza series, putting the spotlight on individual locations for […]

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    Necropolis Review (PC/Steam)

    Necropolis is a new third-person roguelike game by Harebrained Schemes. The game has some of the usual elements of roguelike gameplay like procedurally generated levels and perma-death, but throws those elements into a 3D hack-and-slash environment. Throw in some attempts at humor (another roguelike staple), and you’ve got a solid formula, right? Well, the formula is solid, […]

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    Skylanders Superchargers Review (Xbox One)

    Skylanders Superchargers is your classic tale of good versus evil, presented in a child friendly tone — adults may find it a bit cheesy but there’s still fun for all ages to be had. This is your classic Skylanders game, but with an added twist in the form of vehicles! This year’s iteration has sky, land, […]

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    2 TB Seagate Game Drive for Xbox Review

    Are you running out of room on your Xbox One? Then you need to consider Seagate’s Game Drive for Xbox. This external hard drive has been designed specifically to off load game and data files off of the Xbox One. We used a 500 GB Xbox One to test the 2 TB Seagate Game Drive […]

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    Rise of the Tomb Raider Review

    Rise of the Tomb Raider is the sequel to 2013’s Tomb Raider by Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics. Our beautiful heroine Lara Croft is back and better than ever, and the game has a different focus from the first game in the reboot, with more of a focus on solving puzzles instead of firefights. The […]

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    Halo 5: Guardians Review

    Nathan Fillion!!! I will admit that I have not played a Halo game since Halo 3, and even then I played strictly multiplayer so I was surprised to see Nathan Fillion in the game as a Spartan. Turns out, that’s not the only thing that’s changed in the Halo universe, for better or worse. Halo 5 […]